Hi! I have lived in Colorado Springs for 18 years and have special designations in Military Relocation as well as Senior Real Estate moves. Before becoming a Realtor, I was the editor of the town newspaper and created programs to train journalists about digital strategy. I am a great communicator and can be reached promptly over email, phone or text. I love being a Realtor because I get to meet...
Hi! I have lived in Colorado Springs for 18 years and have special designations in Military Relocation as well as Senior Real Estate moves. Before becoming a Realtor, I was the editor of the town newspaper and created programs to train journalists about digital strategy. I am a great communicator and can be reached promptly over email, phone or text. I love being a Realtor because I get to meet new people and show them my favorite features of the Springs. I also enjoy helping people get the best deal for their money. With the rapid growth in our market, I love showing new residents the different areas of town and finding them a place that feels like home. And I am experienced in new construction, where I will be your advocate with the builders and make sure they are watching out for YOUR interests.
- I'm married to a Colorado Springs native - and I got here as soon as I could! My husband and I have two children and we are lucky enough to have both of our parents living in the Springs part-time. Before becoming a Realtor with ERA Shields, I spent 20 years in digital and social media.
My Credentials and Memberships
- Pikes Peak Association of Realtors, PPAR
- National Association of Realtors, NAR
- 2018 Top Negotiator Agent - HomeLight
- Military Relocation Expert Certification
- Senior Real Estate Specialist Certification
My Community Involvement
- Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, Development Committee
- Pikes Peak United Way, Quality of Life Indicators Committee
- Southern Women's Chamber of Commerce
Serving El Paso and Teller counties
Maximize Curb AppealGetting them through the front door starts at the curb. Manicure the lawn, trim the trees and shrubs. Pull weeds and plant some colorful flowers. Clear the walkways. Fix peeling paint and wind up that hose. Paint the address number on the curb.Make Repairs to Visible BlemishesIs there something that's an eyesore, but an easy fix? If looking at it bothers you, it could bother a potential buyer and reduce the appeal of your home. Replace burnt out light bulbs, fix that loo...
Feb 24, 2020 ‧ Selling Your Home
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Jan 23, 2019 ‧ New & Newsworthy
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